I too am looking for an example to follow for the Query Parameters. I see where to enter the name and value for the parameters in the Query parameters section, but I’m unclear on how to set them in the URL
Hi, perhaps a new thread should be started but trying here first.
It works fine to use as described in this guide, however I would like to not use my personal token. Instead I have created client credentials from global → security settings → API Management and gotten my credentials and set all possible scopes. But when I try using these credentials I get error 403, forbidden.
I have tried without setting scope and with “sp:scopes:default sp:scopes:all”.
Is it not possible to use this kind of credentials or am I doing something wrong? Since it works with my personal token I guess former…
Hi Jesper. Did you create your global security credentials using the CLIENT_CREDENTIALS grant type? If so, that is the reason you are seeing a 403. The OAuth client credentials grant type doesn’t have a user context, and therefore can’t access many of our APIs which do require a user context. Furthermore, the HTTP Action in Workflows doesn’t have support for the AUTHORIZATION_CODE grant type, which would provide a user context after logging into IDN.
You must use a PAT (personal access token) when authenticating to IDN APIs using the HTTP action.